MALMSTEN - Selected when it counts

  • 2022 – LEN – European Aquatics Championships – Rome

  • 2021 – Swim Open Powered by Malmsten – Eriksdalsbadet, Stockholm


  • 2021 – 15th FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Abu Dhabi


  • 2021 – LEN – European Aquatics Championships – Budapest


  • 2021 – Olympic Games – Tokyo 2020


  • 2021 – LEN – European Short Course Swimming Championships (25 M) – Kazan


  • 2021 – 15th FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) – Abu Dhabi


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2020 – FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m), Abu Dhabi (Postponed to 2021)

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2020 – Olympic Games, Tokyo (Postponed to 2021)

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2019 – FINA World Championships, Gwangju

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2018 – FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m), Hangzhou


  • 2017 – FINA World Championships, Budapest


  • 2016 – 13th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), Windsor


  • 2016 – Olympic Games Rio


  • 2016 – LEN European Aquatics Championships, London


  • 2015 – LEN 1st European Games, Baku

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2015 – 16th FINA World Championships, Kazan


  • 2014 – 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), Doha

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2014 – 32nd LEN Swimming Championships, Berlin


  • 2013 – 15th FINA World Championships, Barcelona


  • 2012 – Olympic Games London

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2012 – 11th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), Istanbul


  • 2011 – 14th FINA World Championships, Shanghai


  • 2010 – 10th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), Dubai


  • 2009 – 13th FINA World Championships, Rome


  • 2008 – Olympic Games Beijing


  • 2004 – Olympic Games Athens


  • 2002 – FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) Moscow

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1999 – European Championships Istanbul


  • 1997 – FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) Gothenburg


  • 1995 – European Championships Vienna


  • 1992 – Olympic Games Barcelona


  • 1989 – European Championships Bonn


  • 1988 – Olympic Games Seoul


  • 1986 – FINA World Championships Madrid


  • 1984 – Olympic Games Los Angeles


  • 1982 – FINA World Championships Guayaquil

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1981 – European Championships Split

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1980 – Olympic Games Moscow
1979 – FINA World Cup, Tokyo


  • 1978 – FINA World Championships, Berlin


  • 1976 – Olympic Games Montreal